Kate tends to follow a balanced diet, but some of her food choices have raised eyebrows among royal fans. The Duchess reportedly likes snacking on olives, a snack she enjoyed when she was young too.
During a visit to children at Great Ormond Street Hospital in 2018, she said: “I used to eat lots and lots of olives when I was little as well.”
She seems to have passed on her love for the snack to Princess Charlotte, who is said to love olives too.
During her pregnancy, Kate reportedly used to enjoy a vegetarian curry from her local restaurant in Upper Bucklebury, Berkshire.
The Duchess is not a fussy eater as she has tried rare dishes all over the world.
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During the Cambridges’ tour of Canada, Kate tried wild geoduck sashimi with a Miso Mustard sauce.
Of the unusual delicacy, Kate said: “There is a slightly firmer texture to this.
“It’s really unusual. I’ve never seen it before. It’s so fresh from the sea.”
But the Duchess also loves to cook, doing so especially for Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis’ birthdays.
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“I promise you Catherine said ‘I’m nervous’ and I said ‘what do you think I am!’”
Mary added that Kate is “good at piping and of course it’s her birthday today and she makes her own children’s birthday cakes, just like a normal mum.”
During the programme, it emerged that Prince William used to try to woo Kate with his cooking skills.
Asked by Ms Berry whether the Duke cooked for her, Kate said: “He sometimes does actually. He’s very good at breakfast.
“In university days he used to cook all sorts of meals, I think that was when he was trying to impress me Mary.
“Things like bolognese sauces and things like that.”
During the show, Kate confessed that Prince Louis’ first word was “Mary”.
The Duchess said: “I have to tell you, one of Louis’ first words was his version of Mary.
“Because right at his height are all our cooking books in the kitchen, and children are always fascinated by faces and your faces are all over your cooking books, and he would say ‘that’s Mary Berry’ and so one of his first words was Mary.”